Ambition

Many people have different ambitions in life so the word ambition would have different definitions, depending on whom you ask. To me ambition is a burning (urge) desire to achieve your goals or succeed. Ambition is related to dedication, motivation and time. I have many ambitions to achieve in a set period of time. For example my education, I would like to complete my Bachelor's in nursing (BSN) within three years. So time motivates me to achieve my ambitions.

Ambition in other words is the motive force needed to propel all of us to work towards our set cherished goals. It is the dynamic inner force that has led people from all walks of life to cleave to a new path, set a new vision and fight through hurdles to win with honor. Try and try again. So did King Robert Bruce a harassed and much defeated king looking at the spider climbing the net and failing every time, but success spurs him to fight till he attained his goal. That never-say die attitude is ambition.

My personal ambition is contingent on my professional aspirations. My personal ambition is to earn a decent livelihood. I have always had the ambition to reach out and help others. My ideal happiness is to pay service to society and the profession of nursing is a noble one. Obviously, ambition here has a healthy role to play. The healing touch of a nurse to a patient in distress is a balm. My profession of nursing demands this healing touch. Financially it is rewarding. Therefore, one of my ambitions will be achieved because nursing blends an ethically satisfying job and a healthy contentment to my life.

My parents' expectations did affect me because I saw how hard they worked to bring me up and make my life easier. My family has nurtured me in a respectable way of life. That is why I have chosen the nursing profession because it fulfills my ambition and is pleasing to my parents by me making a decent living. At the same time, I hope to brin

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